5 Lessons of Unapologetic Bad-Assery That Prince and Muhammad Ali Taught Us
Learning lessons of bad-assery from the best to ever do it.

2016 has been particularly aggressive with collecting brave souls that we’ve loved and supported. Unexpected deaths of celebrities and personal friends/family members have shaken many of us deeply and given us another opportunity to examine our mortality and study our own lives. Are we really following our passions and our dreams? Are we living our lives in an honorable fashion?

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Reflecting on being a cancer survivor

When I was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer in the summer of 2008, I felt alone. While I knew that many women and men had been diagnosed with this disease before me… I felt really alone in my fear and concern about my future. A few years after my treatment ended and I went into remission, one of my very dear friends was also diagnosed with breast cancer.

Read More » Make%2BDo%2BLemonade Survivorship: Learning to make lemonade like Beyonce

Meet Me at Deanwood Public Library Saturday, May 14th at 1pm

Lemonade…that cool refreshing drink made from sour and sometimes bitter fruit

If someone had told me in 2007 that by 2016 I’d be an entrepreneur, a health advocate, a motivational speaker, an author and an entrepreneur… I might have called “the people” on them or recommended a psychiatrist to them. In 2007, I was reemerging from the shadow of depression,

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Reclaim Your Fabulousness!

My first ebook… ever! Eek!

OMG… I am entirely too excited right now. And a bit nauseated. If you’ve known me for longer than a minute, then you know that I’ve been writing forever. And I’ve been writing “a book” forever. ReclaimYourFab I wrote my first book! Now you should buy it. 1249977126_dramatic_black_woman I wrote my first book! Now you should buy it.

Yeah. That long.

The truth is that I’ve started many books. But I haven’t finished any of them.

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